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    Ed Westwick Is Totally Not Gay

    Ed Westwick Is Totally Not Gay

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    The Great Buck Howard: Uh-oh, It's Magic

    The Great Buck Howard: Uh-oh, It's Magic

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    "Sweethearts of the Prison Rodeo," SXSW 2009 Review

    By Vadim Rizov

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    SXSW Be Over

    SXSW Be Over

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    sxsw | lerman

    sxsw | lerman

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  • Thompson on Hollywood
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    Bound for Glory's Carradine Sings, Attacks Wexler, Talks Cocaine

    My old EW colleague Chris Willman posted a long detailed account on Facebook of a night at the Aero in Santa Monica with Bound for Glory cinematographer Haskell Wexler and stars David Carradine and Ronny Cox. The Depression era movie marks one of Carradine's best performances, as Woody Guthrie; he appears to have been quite feisty at the Q & A session, to say the least.

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    Spike Jonze + UNKLE = Heaven

    Spike Jonze + UNKLE = Heaven

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    sxsw | bb

    sxsw | bb

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    Let there be Lightbox

    Let there be Lightbox

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  • Thompson on Hollywood
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    Twilight's Hardwicke Stays with Summit

    There's been a good deal of speculation and spin surrounding why Catherine Hardwicke--who by any measure delivered the goods on Twilight, the first installment of Stephenie Meyer's bestselling vampire series--did not return for the sequel, New Moon. Summit hired Chris Weitz (Golden Compass) instead. The truth is, Hardwicke's reps were negotiating a deal with Summit. The deal fell apart over the return of Hardwicke's first assistant director boyfriend to the picture. Summit wasn't willing to commit to him. That, coupled with other issues having to do with time and money--Hardwicke was burned out and wanted more time to prep the script and the movie--dive-bombed her shot at directing the sequel. (Hardwicke was not available to comment on this.) Nonetheless, Summit is making nice with Hardwicke, confirming that she's directing another young femme-targeted book adaptation, Gayle Forman's If I Stay, set to be published this spring.

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